Salman Khan shares first look of Race 3!
- Author: Theresa Obrien Nov 14, 2017,
Nov 14, 2017, 0:42
Salman Khan's next film is "Race 3" opposite Jacqueline Fernandez. The actor had some of the heaviest weapons to tear down his enemies in the sequel of Ek Tha Tiger which can also be seen in the picture. While the fans are still in the frenzy state, Salman khan has unveiled the first look of his next film Race 3. Yes Bhaijaan has now wrapped up the shooting of his much-awaited December release "Tiger Zinda Hai" and has begun shooting for his next.
This is for the second time when Salman will share the about his new movie "Race 3" on social media. In the picture, Salman aims a gun at the camera, with his eyes looking deadly enough to get you hooked.
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The superstar took to Twitter on Monday and shared pictures of his last day on the set of Tiger Zinda Hai. The first two instalment had Saif Ali Khan as the lead.
This time the makers even have replaced the directors Abbas-Mustan from the choreographer-director Remo D'Souza.
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Well, we can't wait to see Salman Khan play the bad guy after depicting a string of simple characters in films like "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo", "Sultan" and "Tubelight".
Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez and Daisy Shah are also playing key roles in the action thriller. Directed by Remo D'Souza, Race 3 is slated for an Eid 2018 release.
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